Toledo Copacabana Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsToledo Copacabana Hotel Rio de Janeiro
Location is excellent as is the breakfast for being included in the price. Place is clean but if you aren't into dated furniture and amenities you may want to look elsewhere
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... taking a ridiculous number of photos it was time to take the cable car back down again and to find a taxi willing to take us back to our hotel. No problemo! Within minutes we were racing through the crazy traffic again and back at our hotel in perfect time to relax before heading out to dinner as a group. More tennis on the box for an hour so, Murray taking out Raonic, and at 7.30 we had our official tour meeting, then walked round the corner to a ...
... its own individual charm. The green mountains. The golden sands. The fantastic people. Brilliant.
Things we have learned
1. Constantly calling the statue 'Christ the Reindeer' is not funny. And David should stop this immediately
2. How to make a caipirihina
3. In Portuguese to say 'thank you' men say 'obrigado', not 'obrigada' which David has been saying and apparently makes him sound very camp to the locals!
... staff what they would recommend doing for the rest of the afternoon. The girl suggested a free Salvador Dali exhibit that was being held at a cultural center in town and also mentioned that there was a large bazar near there as well, which was good since Leslie still had some souvenirs to pick up.
We headed to that metro stop on the CROWDED metro (The most crowded one we´ve seen. Santiago´s was REALLY crowded too, but this one really took the cake). We ...
... it to a pub in Ipanema to watch the straight to dvd thriller that was Argentina vs Netherlands. As disappointing a match it was, it is never too dull for me to not enjoy the pained expressions of Robben and Van Persie, who will always remain two of my most despised footballers.
The following day the same quartet (Julian remained flu-stricken, Benny bedbound) rose early to visit Rio's most celebrated site, Corvocado. This is surely one of the world's most photographed ...
... know it was a lebanese restaurant. We had fatoush, houmos, koubi and kafta. I like it...probably because I was starving but Danielle only nibbled. We couldn't believe our first official meal in Brazil was Lebo. We asked for the bill and the waiter brought it over and left it on the table. I strated to get my money ready and he came back around and was like pointing in the menu that we got the larger plate of houmos and they only charged us for the little one, so he wrote a new ...